HOW IMPORTANT IS WATERWater management is our passion. Every operation is unique, so we approach each customer’s business goals and water needs individually, and then explore ways to make their systems perform more efficiently.
Access to water is a basic human right making it our most precious resource. However, declining water quality has become a global concern. It can directly influence the cost of providing water by utility companies, reduce the volume of water available for use, and (in)directly affect human health. Water pollution mostly occurs as a result of agriculture run-off, domestic sewage, and industrial effluents. Currently, the growth of the (waste)water treatment market is primarily driven by a rapidly growing population and urbanization, increasing the demand for new water resources, growing concerns of water quality and public health, and increasing the prevalence of waterborne diseases. Therefore, water treatment plants have become imperative to reduce water pollution. These plants collect effluent from industrial and municipal sources and treat it to a level of purification that enables its reuse in agriculture, industry, and even as a potable drinking source.
The choice of the water treatment plan depends on the type of water you want to treat. Currently, we offer four main types of strategies to improve water management. Of course, we adapt these strategies or develop new strategies to meet specific customer’s business goals and water needs. Broadly, these strategies and uses of water can be divided into the following categories:
Desalination is the process of removing salt from saline water (seawater). Seawater is desalinated to obtain water suitable for human consumption or agriculture. This is especially a useful method in areas where freshwater is scarce.
2. Reverse Osmosis for Industrial and Domestic Applications
The reverse osmosis (RO) system uses a semipermeable membrane that removes dissolved substances, such as chlorine, metal ions, nitrates, and pesticides, from the water – thereby making it safe for drinking. During this RO process, these contaminants are filtered out, resulting in clean and delicious drinking water.
3. Municipal Water Treatment Plants for General Public Use
Municipal water treatment or more commonly known as wastewater treatment is the process of removing contaminants from (municipal) wastewater resulting in an effluent that can be returned to the water cycle or water that can be reused for other purposes.
4. Demineralization Water Treatment Plants for Specific Applications
Demineralization is the process of removing mineral components from water by using the ion exchange method resulting in demineralized water, which is water completely free (or almost) of dissolved minerals, such as sodium, calcium, chloride, and sulfate. Ion exchange is a chemical process in which unwanted dissolved ions are exchanged for other ions with a similar charge on an ion exchange resin.
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